My favorite Saw film seems to be everyone else’s least favorite. The late series entry simply called Saw VI.

Unlike the other films, the sixth Saw seemed to actually want to provide some sort of commentary as opposed to just gross out gore. The film used Jigsaw’s unforgiving death traps as a way to zero in on the callousness of the American health care system and the people it chews up and spits out.

Saw VI really did catch me off guard with its willingness to switch up franchise formula. Honestly, before that, the series just felt like a poor man’s Se7en. Apparently Screen Junkies agrees.


Source: Screen Junkies

Troy-Jeffrey Allen writes about action/adventure for Action A Go Go. He is a comic book writer whose works include, The Magic Bullet, Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse of Tall Tales, and the Harvey Award nominated District Comics. In addition, Allen has been a contributing writer for, OfNote Magazine, and His work has been featured in the City Paper, The Baltimore Sun, Bethesda Magazine, The Examiner, and The Washington Post. Yes, he wrote this bio.